Month: January 2018

The upcoming referendum on the right to life of the unborn reflects a constitutional crisis in our country, according to journalist and author John Waters. You can read more at First Things

A former lawmaker and political exile Darío Ramírez from Venezuela who now lives in Panama, recently proposed to his girlfriend under unusual circumstances. He met his fiancé, Maryangel Espinal, in church a year and a half ago, so it made sense to him to propose in a religious setting. So he decided to use his […]

In the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi recently celebrated the opening of its Louvre museum with a fireworks display, complemented with performance artists and colourful projections. French President Emmanuel Macron was the guest of honour at the event. The UAE capital is positioning itself as a city of cultural tourism with a display of hundreds […]

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In the US, two-year-old Gideon Purchase has overcome stage 4 cancer with breakthrough treatment at a children’s hospital in Tennessee. His healthy appearance and happy personality hide the arduous battle he fought for most of his brief 2 years of life. When Gideon was 6 months old, he lost his appetite, began to sleep poorly, […]

In London, a catering business is turning surplus artisan produce into high-quality, affordable meals. Although the vast majority of the UK’s retail sector food waste comes from supermarkets, it’s a problem that impacts independent artisan food suppliers too. The scale may be small, but the quality from these suppliers is high. Everything from specialist cheeses […]

Older people around the world are proving that later life can be anything but dull.In the UK, John Lowe, a former prisoner of war in Japan, took up ballet at the age of 79. By the time he approached his 90th birthday, Lowe was dancing professionally, rehearsing at his local dance school three times a […]

The James Dyson award for student innovation was recently awarded to the designer of a range of clothes that expand to fit growing babies and toddlers. The clothes fabric is inspired by the ancient art of origami and the London-based designer Ryan Yasin has developed a durable, lightweight, pleated fabric based on principles he studied […]

27th January 2018 marks our 7th year on the Irish airwaves. We want to thank all those who have supported the station in that time and look forward to expanding our coverage and improving our output in the months ahead. Below is the text of the article about the station published in the Irish Independent […]

This week’s prayer coach, Gary McDowell, tells Wendy we should always be expectant of God doing new things in our lives. Gary McDowell is Minister at Greystones Presbyterian Church in County Wicklow. *Photo by Joshua Earle on Unsplash


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